Mumbai police stated that BJP leader Kirit Somaiya's injury was "not major", during the alleged attack by Shiv Sena workers. The police released the information on the severity of his wound, after receiving a report from Bandra's Bhabha hospital, where Somaiya was treated. The cut Somaiya received was 0.1 cm with no bleeding or swelling, said police. Reportedly, Somaiya was allegedly attacked by Shive Sena workers at Khar police station.
In Mumbai's Khar area, a massive fire erupted in a seven-storey building, which caused mass panic, on April 21. The incident occurred in Khar's Guru Ganeshwar Marg, when the fire started at around 10:30 am, in a flat on the fourth floor of Notan Villa building. Reportedly, at least eight fire engines, water tankers and ambulances reached the spot. Four trapped people were rescued from the terrace, reported PTI.
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In Mumbai's Khar area, a case was filed against a police constable for allegedly harassing a woman police officer. As per the complaint, the accused stalked the victim and harassed her over WhatsApp. According to Khar police, the complaint was registered under Section 67 of the IT Act and Sections 354 D and 509 of IPC. The investigation has reportedly been started, however, the arrest has not been made yet.